A long bob haircut, also known as a lob, is a versatile hairstyle that falls between the chin and collarbone in length. It is a popular choice for those who want a low-maintenance yet stylish haircut that can be worn in a variety of settings. Here are some tips for styling a long bob:
- Get hair ready for using products.
- Use correct tool to style hair.
- Use heat hair tools with caution.
- Add good styling product to the styled hair for texture.
- Finish styling hair with hairspray.
Long Bob Haircut Styling
Prep your hair: Start with clean, damp hair and apply a heat protectant product to protect it from heat damage. If you have fine hair, you may want to add a volumizing mousse to give your hair more body.
Blow dry your hair: Use a round brush to blow dry your hair in small sections, starting from the bottom and working your way up. Use the brush to create volume and smoothness.
Create waves: Use a curling iron or flat iron to create loose waves or curls. Start at the mid-length of your hair and work your way down to the ends, curling in different directions to create a natural, tousled look.
Add texture: Use a texturizing spray or dry shampoo to add texture and volume to your hair. Apply the product to the roots and use your fingers to tousle your hair.
Finish with hairspray: Use a light-hold hairspray to hold your style in place without making your hair feel stiff or crunchy.